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Press Releases

 Resources - Press Releases

 

Parvalux has extensive experience in working across a wide variety of different industries. Providing the power for anything from powered wheelchairs to windscreen wipers on trains, Parvalux has developed it's products to meet the requirements of large number of different applications.

The press releases shown below give some insight into some of the most recent developments that have happened at Parvalux, and should show the different areas that Parvalux are currently working in.

 


 

Viper 3 PR

COMPACT AND ROBUST GEARED MOTORS FOR WIPER SYSTEMS

MARCH 2018

Designed and built to withstand a variety of different environments, the new VIPER3 from Parvalux is the perfect geared motor solution for use in your large wiper system application. Trusted to work reliably in the harshest conditions, the VIPER3 can comfortably operate when faced with dust, liquid, high & low temperatures, and wide variances in humidity, allowing it to integrate seamlessly into vehicles across the rail, marine, haulage, and transport sectors...

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PARVALUX MOVING INTO TOP GEAR

OCTOBER 2016

Ed Holden spoke with Nick Spetch, managing director of Parvalux, about the company's product development roadmap, plans for expansion, and the Brexit equation.

Founded in 1947, Parvalux is a privately-run, Bournemouth based manufacturer of DC and AC geared motors sold directly to OEMs and through a global distribution network covering 22 countries. Part of the Clark Group of companies, Parvalux serves a wide range of markets, from safety-critical applications such as patient hoists, wheelchairs, and mobility buggies, through to critical industrial and transport applications including windscreen wipers for high-speed trains and cruise ships...

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Viper 3 PR

BRUSHLESS DC MOTORS: OUR NEW BEST FRIENDS?

OCTOBER 2016

As past behaviour is apparently a good indicator of future behaviour. let's start the search for the next 30 years there. Three decades ago, the PMDC (permanent magnet DC) motors looked pretty much the same, as did induction motors and series AC motors. Beneath the surface, it's a little different; Neodymium is commonplace, brush geades have advanced, and improved steel grades contribute in the search for higher efficiency...

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